The strip is about Maxâ€™s unbridled optimism, and his quest to be the next greatest thespian. He wears his heart on his sleeve for his self-proclaimed leading lady, Janet, and lords his â€˜plannedâ€™ status over his â€˜accidentalâ€™ older sister, Andromeda. His best friend is Klaus, when his ventriloquist doll, Curio, isnâ€™t around. You may notice Curio is based on Alexander from the Middle Ages.
How much has ‘Calvin & Hobbes’ influenced comic makers? Personally I could (and do) re-read alot of it!
This is how Max Overacts works – you want to re-read it, you can go back through the archives, laughing at the same jokes that made you laugh the first time. This is a webcomic with legs. The art is fun and bouncing and the writing is slick and makes you think as well as laugh!
Just some Grimm Tales Of Terror this week from Zenescope! Writer: Brian Studler Ancient Navajo lore depicts skinwalkers as evil witches or creatures who can take on the form of any animal. But when a […]
Some thoughts on some of this weeks digital comics from IDW Publishing – Dick Tracy: Dead or Alive #3, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder in Hell #1, Judge Dredd: Toxic #3 and Teenage Mutant Ninja […]